Our editorial team explores what’s happening throughout the Mitten State, including the artisanal food movement in northern Michigan, the Grand Hotel’s 130th anniversary season, and a look at Finnish design with Cranbrook Art Museum.
No matter the season, Chandler’s corporate chef Tommy Kaszubowski believes cultivating relationships with local growers and producers is vital for any farm-to-table restaurant.
Michigan’s Lower Peninsula is shaped like a hand so that it can hold a Coney dog properly. There can be no other explanation. This is the epicenter of the Coney nation.
Detroit isn’t the only hot spot for great pizza. Throughout the state, there’s a pizza pie for every taste. Here are some of our favorites.
The most striking winter features on the south shore of Lake Superior in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula are the ice curtains and caves. Explore this out-of-this-world ice climbing scene.
From hospital to hospitality – explore the remarkable transformation and renaissance of the Village at Grand Traverse Commons.
Whether you like food, drink, art or exploring, Grand Rapids is increasingly the place to see imagination at work—and to fuel yours.
Touted as “America’s Summer Golf Capital,” northern Michigan is an even better golf destination in autumn as the air turns cooler, crowds thin and rates drop.
The storybook village of Saugatuck is less than three hours from Chicago but feels as though it’s a thousand miles away. It’s been a summertime destination for Chicagoans since The Gilded Age.
Try these easy, fun hikes that are perfect for the whole family—and offer fun surprises along the way.
Pewabic Pottery is a simple yet elegant contribution to the Arts and Crafts movement that originated from Detroit— starting with one woman who emerged as an artistic pioneer.